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ENERGY REALITY CHECK PART II:
GREEN POWER FOR TEXANS AND THEIR CO-OPS
By Kaye Northcott
In Part II of our Energy Reality Check, we look at the current status and future promise of renewable electricity sources for co-ops and give a cheer for energy management and conservation.
TINY HOUSES REPRISE THE PAST
By Camille Wheeler
Central Texas builders are rescuing materials from time’s refuse heap and refashioning them into new, yet antique houses built to last another 100 years.
Letters to the Editor; safety and energy tips; co-op people, places and trivia.
Energy tips and safety information.
By Winter Prosapio
That night, the spell of the comal, the full moon and the memory of the beautiful flour tortillas growing in my grandmother’s hands filled my senses with memory and longing.
By Peg Champion
Through these remarkable paintings, photographs and prints, Jerry Bywaters reveals the unique character of Texas and Texans.
FOOTNOTES IN TEXAS HISTORY
THANKSGIVING AS A TEXAS THING
By Clay Coppedge
If you sit down to a Thanksgiving turkey this month, you are celebrating a holiday with origins in 17th century New England. But, had Texas been used as a model, you could have been eating bison in May.
By Shannon Oelrich
Contest winners and recipes for elegant Southern cakes. Includes bonus recipe for Brown Sugar Pound Cake.
FOCUS ON TEXAS
HUNTING WITH A CAMERA
By Dacia Rivers
Reader photo contest.
Some folks prefer to shoot wild animals with a camera.
Statewide Event Listings.
HIT THE ROAD
NAVASOTA TO MADISONVILLE
By June Naylor
The Brazos River Valley yields Aggies, sidewalk cattlemen and ghosts of past.